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Digital Marketing Manager


The Boch Center is one of the nation’s leading nonprofit performing arts institutions and a guardian of the historic Wang and Shubert Theatres. Through numerous education and community outreach initiatives, collaborations, and partnerships, the Boch Center strives to inspire and ignite greater appreciation for art, culture, and creativity.

We are seeking a Digital Marketing Manager to support all social media, marketing, and communications campaigns, including show, institutional, ArtWeek and the Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame (FARHOF).

The Digital Marketing Manager advances the work of the Boch Center in the areas of digital storytelling and engagement; paid digital campaign facilitation; social media management; reporting; and administration. This individual reports to the Director of Digital Marketing and works closely with the entire marketing team.

This position requires:

  • A passion for and interest in the arts.
  • A proven track record of developing and disseminating effective online paid and unpaid social media campaigns from conception to launch.
  • A proven ability to track analytics and report on the impact of digital and social marketing on engagement and sales.
  • An entrepreneurial and creative thinker with strong communications and writing skills and exceptional attention to detail.
  • A proven ability to meet multiple deadlines and balance numerous projects while maintaining a perspective on long-term goals. 


  • Manages Boch Center, ArtWeek and FARHOF Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media channels.
  • Assist in content creation for all Boch Center departments and social media channels.
  • Manage editorial calendars for social media.
  • Runs point on communication with digital agencies responsible for executing large campaigns.
  • Assist with production of audio/video/digital asset content as needed.
  • Analyze and track digital marketing, web traffic, and ecommerce data.
  • Deliver monthly social on website analytics reports.
  • Attend and document (photo / video) events and shows in order to create social media content for upcoming shows and non-profit initiatives. Will require some late night availability.
  • Other digital communications projects as assigned.


  • 4+ years of relevant experience, including digital and social media experience that yielded proven results.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing, or a strong grounding in the liberal arts preferred.
  • Excellent writing and editing skills.
  • Experience in implementing, overseeing and measuring the success of paid digital marketing campaigns.
  • Experience with digital storytelling (eNewsletters, blogging, social media).
  • Experience in creating digital content for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
  • Basic design, photo, audio, and video editing skills.
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite and/or Wordpress a plus.
  • Excellent interpersonal communications and a professional demeanor.
  • Experience with pixel and code implementation a plus.
  • Knowledge of nonprofit arts and culture sector a plus.

Position Start Time: April – May, 2020

How To Apply:
Please send:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • URLs to social media channels you contribute to, and/or to digital storytelling examples 

The ideal candidate will possess strong skills in social media marketing and/or digital marketing, be highly organized and very detail oriented, be personable and professional, able to work independently and in a team environment, and take initiative. Must enjoy fast-paced work environments and be comfortable working on some confidential matters. Prior work experience in social media and digital marketing is required. Energetic, ambitious, and creative individuals are encouraged to apply. Please send a cover letter and resume to


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In-School Arts Residency Teaching Artist

Boch Center Education Department is seeking an energetic, creative Teaching Artist to lead an elementary arts integration residency as part of our In-School Arts Residency Program. The Teaching Artist will conduct classroom sessions integrating literacy, social/emotional wellness, and performing arts for 10 weeks in a Boston Public School. The goals of the residency are to develop literacy skills as identified by the classroom teacher, strengthen social and emotional skills, improve vocal and physical presentation skills, and develop an originally devised performance/showcase piece to be performed at the end of the residency. Teaching Artists design and facilitate the sessions and report directly to the Boch Center School Programs Manager.


Responsibilities for the position include but are not limited to:

  • Attend Boch Center Teaching Artist Training (mid Dec.; exact date TBD).
  • Design and submit weekly arts integration lesson plans to the School Programs Manager. These lesson plans must adhere to Boch Center Education Department philosophies and demonstrate visible implementation of opportunities and activities designed to produce measurable impact towards residency goals.
  • Attend check-in and planning meetings as scheduled with School Programs Manager.
  • Begin and end all scheduled sessions on time (see schedules below).
  • Meet all script and materials deadlines as set by School Programs Manager.
  • Document experience via blog posts, assessment observations, and debriefs as scheduled by School Programs Manager.
  • Chaperone VIP reception and performance of an evening show (TBD, March-April) with residency students at the Wang Theatre.
  • Utilize Positive Youth Development Principles; provide excellent leadership, mentorship and guidance for all participants in the program.
  • Nurture positive relationships with all students, school staff, and Boch Center staff.


Potential candidates must possess qualities relative to the following:

  • Teaching/facilitation experience with elementary age students.
  • Proven artistic expertise in the performing arts (such as music, theatre, spoken word and/or dance).
  • Experience integrating the arts and academic material.
  • Experience working with ELL students preferred.
  • Experience working in inclusion classrooms and/or with students with special needs preferred.
  • Commitment to achieve learning goals and program impact objectives within time frame and in observance of in-school program culture.
  • Ability to collaborate with and support classroom teachers.
  • Willingness and eagerness to collaborate with all program staff and assistants.
  • Excellent verbal and communication skills.
  • Ability to work creatively with all levels of experience.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills especially with diverse communities.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Ability to travel to various Boston neighborhoods.
  • Positivity, enthusiasm, flexibility and a sense of humor a must.


Location: Samuel Adams Elementary School, East Boston (hired Teaching Artists will be considered for future residencies at other BPS sites).

Two Classes Per Week

Weekly collaborative Planning Sessions scheduled by teaching artists.

Program Dates: January 6th-March 20th


Teaching Artists will be paid as part-time, temporary, hourly employees. 

Please email with

cover letter, resume, availability, references and any other supplemental materials.


We will respond to qualified candidates only.

Internship Opportunities

College and high school internships are available throughout the year, depending on each department's needs and capacity.

For more information, contact the specific department you are interested in for an internship description.


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The Boch Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

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